Organic food farming

In our Food Feature with #WeekendBreakfast host Phemelo Motene, we take a look at places that have all things organic, from vegetables to fruits and even animals.

Eat-Ting Author, Anna Trapido talks about where to go if you want an authentic experience when it comes to consuming organic food.

There is an organization called 'Wicked Food Earth' and they have an organic farm in the Hartbeesfontein Conservancy.

Anna Trapido, Author of Eat-Ting

Wicked Food Earth is a farm that has organic fruits and vegetables as well as free-range animals and heritage breeds. These animals are free from antioxidants and hormones. Trapido highlights that this makes an enormous difference in taste.

Read more on this weeks Food Feature by clicking on the audio below...


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
[LISTEN] Why is contemporary art booming in Cape Town?

[LISTEN] Why is contemporary art booming in Cape Town?

'Cape Town art eco-system is vibrant' says Mary Corrigall - Founder of Corrigall & Co

Marc Lottering speaks about Aunty Merle - The Musical

Marc Lottering speaks about Aunty Merle - The Musical

'Aunty Marle is so endearing and South Africans love her.' says Marc Lottering.

The importance of curiosity in children

The importance of curiosity in children

'When we have these kind of conversations with our children, we need to ask them back questions' says Nikki Bush

How to manage conflicts in a relationship

How to manage conflicts in a relationship

'We must start to worry when conflict becomes a divider and not a builder.' says Khosi Jiyane

Kagiso Lediga speaks about Queen Sono – Africa’s First Netflix Original Series

Kagiso Lediga speaks about Queen Sono – Africa’s First Netflix Original Series

'I am excited that I will be working with on the series with people I have worked with for a long time' says Lediga

Women played an historic role in small scale farming in Africa - researcher

Women played an historic role in small scale farming in Africa - researcher

There is growing criticism that women in farming are not recognised for the role they play in contributing to SA's economy.

Popular articles
'I got retrenched and it took a toll on my relationship' - on money and intimacy

'I got retrenched and it took a toll on my relationship' - on money and intimacy

Money is one of the top causes of relationship fights and divorce. Dr Eve and callers discuss how it can affect sexual intimacy.

Icasa's Rubben Mohlaloga to appeal 20 year sentence for fraud, money-laundering

Icasa's Rubben Mohlaloga to appeal 20 year sentence for fraud, money-laundering

He was sentenced alongside former acting head of the Land Bank Philemon Mohlahlane and attorney Dinga Rammy Nkwashu.

Men become creative to escape Valentine's Day #MenConference2019

Men become creative to escape Valentine's Day #MenConference2019

Khabazela shares tweets and Facebook posts that have gone viral.

Dr Adriana Marais was on her way to the Red Planet. Then Mars One collapsed

Dr Adriana Marais was on her way to the Red Planet. Then Mars One collapsed

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Marais, a quantum biology researcher with dreams to live on Mars.

'They think they're the boss of the road' - Listeners share taxi driver tales

'They think they're the boss of the road' - Listeners share taxi driver tales

702/CapeTalk listeners share stories of having been violently harassed by taxi drivers and feel the government needs to act on it.

'Get ready for tax levy to save Eskom, because the money is simply not there'

'Get ready for tax levy to save Eskom, because the money is simply not there'

Eskom has so much debt it threatens to break South Africa. Bruce Whitfield interviews Dr Adrian Saville of Cannon Asset Managers.

Eskom paid R300 billion (and counting) for 2 deeply flawed coal-fired dinosaurs

Eskom paid R300 billion (and counting) for 2 deeply flawed coal-fired dinosaurs

Litigation will follow, says Minister Gordhan. Business Day’s Carol Paton on his inquiry into the failing Medupi and Kusile.

South Africa just became the world’s hottest destination for oil exploration

South Africa just became the world’s hottest destination for oil exploration

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Stephen Larkin, CEO at Africa New Energies.